Fla. Requiring Counties To Fund Juvenile Detention

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Florida counties must raise $90 million next year under a plan that would require them to absorb the cost of holding juveniles for trial, reports the St. Petersburg Times. County officials have lobbied against the plan approved by House and Senate negotiators. The state has long paid to hold juveniles charged with a crime. This
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